Cambodia Lesson #13

Posted on
Jul 31, 2014

You guys …

Taking a selfie with a monkey is very, very difficult.


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  • Jen

    Love it!

  • Meghan N

    The second and third shots remind me of the newborn shots people take these day- where they take close ups of random body parts.

  • OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH MY GOODNESS. I am freaking out about these amazing photos.

  • Kate L.

    You’re lucky you retained the camera! 🙂

  • The monkey gives no fucks. hahahaha

  • Lizzie

    Damn. This is the most adorable thing I have ever seen.

  • Sally

    Love it! You have perfect teeth!

  • I thought people are supposed to stay away from monkeys because they bite. The only monkeys we saw in Thailand had metal collars and had to work climbing tall palm trees to throw down coconuts. The chains and metal collars made me very sad.

  • Ariana

    I had a couple of brief jaunts down Monkey Road in Ubud, Bali. One is cute, a troop of monkeys…much more intimidating. Watching tourists using a banana to play eep-away from a troop of monkeys? Downright scary. (I mean really, was the guy asking to be bit? WTH?)

  • Boopsie

    After reading your posts about the tragedy in Cambodia, this is a great pick me upper. So cute! 🙂

  • Hahaha this is great! Monkeeeeys <3

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